The Tempest / The Guardian

“In Becs Andrews’ design, Prospero’s cell resembles the back room of a charity shop, piled high with mounds of unsorted jumble and polyester shirts hung out to dry. Tyrone Huggins’s Prospero is a make-do-and-mend type of magician with an enchanted staff recycled from a broom handle and a broken sieve, but he displays a vindictiveness towards the natives that suggests his takeover of the island is far from benevolent.” Alfred Hickling

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